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Nov 2, 2009 6:00pm EST
credit. >> it was a special afternoon, a who's who in america -- in maryland politics. >> [unintelligible] >> william donald schaefer was having none 88th birthday on like any other. -- was having an 88 per day unlike any other -- was having an 88th birthday unlike any other. >> we are here to pay tribute and the excitement to our most beloved president. yes, you, sir, william donald schaefer. [applause] ♪ god bless america ♪ land that i love >> but the whole time, through the choir and bands and speeches, the man known most for his words stayed silent. >> 3, 2, 1, here it is. >> that is. everyone thought it was over. with the aisles empty, william donald schaefer took the podium. >> i could say something sentimental, but i will not today. this is a special day, not only for me, but for everyone who had just a small part or a large part or a tremendous part in building the inner harbor and building the city, building the neighborhoods all around us, and i think how lucky we are. i started hearing a long time ago. a family to take two more minutes because i saw somebody yawn. [laughter
Nov 15, 2009 6:00pm EST
they did to us. >> bringing justice to those who want to bring down america, it easier said -- america, easier said than done. in washington, brian mooar, wbal tv 11 news. >> a lot of people who think art auctions on cruise ships are fun and exciting, many are wondering if they are making the kind of investment they thought they were. barry simms explains. >> and harford county man is among those passengers. -- an harford county man is among those passenger. richard english's home is filled with art. one of his most famous is the signed print from salvador dali, which she bought aboard a cruise ship. >> we bought it -- which he bought aboard a cruise ship. he paid more than $12,000 for the prince, and it arrived at his home with a certificate of authenticity -- he paid more than $12,000 for the print. >> it was a fraudulent one. >> monday at 11:00, weicker is shipped passengers -- why khrushchev passengers say they may be -- cruise ship passengers say they may be getting ripped off. >> police get a mother and charges her. >> this is a strategy -- tragedy. all of these churches need to
Nov 18, 2009 6:00pm EST
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Nov 19, 2009 6:00pm EST
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Nov 20, 2009 6:00pm EST
to hear the announcement that port america has signed a contract to operate the terminal for the next 50 years. the development could be summed up in three words, jobs, jobs, jobs. this is good news for those who have spent their lives on these stocks. >> this is the first time anything like this has ever been done. this is a big day for the port of baltimore. >> my livelihood and my security is sound. >> 3000 jobs will be in place for years. there is a $105.5 million price tag on ia new berth. >> we will need to be able to accommodate those ships so that we can create more jobs. >> there is the potential of $1.3 billion over the 50 year agreement and is expected to generate $50.7 million per year for maryland. >> this agreement would help make our port of more track -- more attractive shipping destination -- our port a more attractive shipping destination. >> they will pay for the preservation of roads and bridges. >> still to come, with just a week to go before thanksgiving, one part of baltimore is beginning to look like christmas. >> or red -- rev. jeremiah right comes to town -- a j
Nov 3, 2009 6:00pm EST
it to the cities and municipalities in maryland. >> volunteers from bank of america, married, t rowe price, and the u.s. navy did their price to help out in these hard economic times. -- did their part to help out in these hard economic times. >> that is the message we have, to just pitch in when you can. >>> it is the rare occurrence when a cold front moved through baltimore and does not produce any noticeable weather. that is what we have happened today. it is a very dry atmosphere. they're just a few clouds preferments of the day, we were on the warm side of the cold front. heist a hit the low-to-mid 60's. -- the high hit the low-to-mid 60's. there you see that little band of clouds associated with the front. they are barely noticeable now. there is some colder coming in across the lakes, helping to produce some lake-enhanced airiness. it is down to 49 degrees and harris tempered mcenry has dropped to 41 degrees. we have frost advisory is out on no. baltimore county, howard, frederick, washington county. there is a freeze warning along the shore locations. temperatures will drop to near
Nov 8, 2009 6:00pm EST
this bill to come to a final vote because i believe the debt can break america. >> the house bill is dead on arrival in the senate. moderate democrats from swing areas bailed out of it. >> they are hoping to join forces with moderate democrats and ensure their plans look nothing like the -- looks nothing like the bill but suite 3 house. still, the president is confident they will have a bill that he can sign by end of the year. brian mooar, wbal tv 11 knownew. >> there were several democrats who voted against it. another no vote came from a republican from maryland's sixth district. coming up, a great win against the broncos last week, and many predicted that joe flacco -- ravens fans were disappointed again. 11 sports pete gilbert is live in the studio tonight. what happened? >> we do not have a clue. explaining what we saw today is going to take some time. baltimore certainly failed to match their intensity. joe flacco never found a ribbon, as the ravens up to cincinnati, 17 to 7. straight down the field. carson palmer, he improved his lifetime record to at 8-3. quickly, 7-0. they fell
Nov 11, 2009 6:00pm EST
a true hero to me, my family, and all the people of america. [applause] >> those student letters were sent off today to an organization called blue star families. it is a national organization that assists families. >> now, your forecast which she urologist tom tasselmyer. >> a bunch of rain falling -- with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> this will be a coastal storm, the remnants of tropical storm ida. we are seeing decent rain in frederick and carroll county. moderate and heavy rain south into anne arundel county. some snow in the higher elevations of west virginia, where temperatures are only in the 30's. a winter weather advisory posted for some of the highest amounts of west virginia. all this is in response to what was once ida. it is now making its way up to the wilmington, north carolina area. it should cut across the outer banks tonight and bring all that whether into our region. we have almost half an inch of rain at bwi marshall. when the rains set in, the temperatures dropped, and the 46 degree reading, the low for the day, is the current reading. statewide, there i
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